From Champagne breakfasts to village fare featuring the finest organic cuisine in Sri Lanka, relished as picnics in paddy fields to candle lit dinners in caves – you can even entice the chef to join you. Dining at Heritance Kandalama is no ordinary experience, ever.
The weather gods are not always friendly, so do check with the Restaurant Manager or the Front Desk for updates and availability.
Raise a glass of bubbly to the sun; watch the Moorhens swim ashore; take a picnic on the water. The morning has broken.
Pick your lotus leaf, pile on the rice, add on the curries, and don’t forget that Sambol. Find a shady tree – and tuck in. Use your fingers for best results. Stick to tradition – the rural way.
Hot buttered scones, cucumber sandwiches, cream cakes, salads, spring rolls and cold meats – and more, much more. Your diet can wait for tomorrow.
Manioc, okra, chillies, gourds or a host of local herbs: two acres of organic vegetable garden should give you enough choice to pick a treat for your dinner – savoured in-situ, under the stars.
Flames flicker, flute notes float in, gourmet delights are served in a private cave laid out for you and yours – haute cuisine meets Stone Age. Enjoy the contrast.
Meet the Master Chef in their lair for a guided tour and a meal made just for you. Learn a culinary secret or two. A ‘Selfie’ with the maestro, as a keepsake, is a must.
Seven courses of fusion fare, served where the creator of Heritance Kandalama – architect Geoffrey Bawa, drew his plans. Rekindle history.